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The International Planetary Data Alliance (IPDA): Overview of the Activities

Abstract : An overview of activities of the IPDA is presented in the frame of the recently growing number of successful space experiments dedicated to planetary observation, with a significantly growing number of people involved in such activity and with significantly growing numbers of web services willing to share data and services in our research domain, but also, in close by domains such as astronomy, heliophysics and atmospheric sciences for the Earth. An overview of a number of space agencies and organizations is given. In total, IPDA consists of 13 national organizations: NASA (USA), CNES (France), ESA (Europe), STFC (UK), JAXA (Japan), ASI (Italy), ISRO (India), DLR (Germany), RKA (Russia), RCSA (China), FMI (Finland), ArSA (Armenia) and United Arab Emirates. Some projects of 2015 in frame of the IPDA activities are described.
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Alain Sarkissian, Barla Gopala Krishna, D. J. Crichton, R. Beebe, Y. Yamamoto, et al.. The International Planetary Data Alliance (IPDA): Overview of the Activities. Proceedings of an International Symposium dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Markarian Survey and the 10th anniversary of the Armenian Virtual Observatory, Oct 2015, Byurakan, Armenia. pp.29-34. ⟨insu-01328022⟩



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